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The Relationship Between Treasury & Procurement

The Relationship Between Treasury & Procurement

This guide looks at some of the opportunities for even greater collaboration between the two business functions, but also explores some of the potential challenges that arise when bringing the two areas closer together.

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 Treasury and Procurement - Closing the Gap

Nick Blake, Corporate Sales Executive, European Corporates, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, EMEA and Cara Hanrahan, Head of U.S. MNC European Subsidiary Sales, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, EMEA

 The Growing Significance of Supply Chain for Global Businesses

Bertrand de Comminges, Head of Structured Trade Advisory, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, EMEA

 Leveraging RMB to Reduce Risk & Fix Costs

Simon Jones, Managing Director, Head of International On-boarding, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, EMEA

 Central Procurement - the Financial Implications

Nick MŁhlemann, Director, Consulting, PwC and Sebastian di Paola, Partner, Global Corporate Treasury Solutions, PwC

 Is It Time for 'Proceasury'?

Seamus Desouza, Executive Director and Senior Product Manager for Foreign Exchange, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, EMEA

 Creating Synergies through Commercial Cards and Payments Innovation

Catherine Moore, Head of International Cards, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, EMEA

 From Obscurity to Competitive Advantage

Dr Martin Thomas, Managing Director, Advisory Services, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, EMEA

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